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Lot No. 663 - 1971 Porsche 911S 2.2

Sold for: £103,230

Rare and valuable, 2.2S from long-term ownership that has been subject to a lengthy refurb and will now grace any collection of early Porsche.
Details Specification Condition Report
  • The D-series (August 1970 - July 1971) was one of the most desirable early 911 models
  • The 911S 2.2 was fitted with the 2195cc, SOHC, Flat-6, Type 911/02 engine
  • Power output was now 180bhp at 6,500rpm, offering 0-60 in seven seconds and 138mph 
  • This is an original UK, right-hand drive car first registered on 02/08/1971
  • Purchased by our vendor in 1986 at c80,000 miles and used for touring in Europe
  • Between early 1993 and July 2015, the 911 has been subject to a protracted refurbishment (see condition report)
  • During this process, the gearbox was rebuilt but the engine was NOT
  • Returned to the road with a new MOT and Road Tax in July 2015 following a full service. Only 439 miles since
  • The history file includes the Certificate of Authenticity, some, but not all bills, some recent valuations, older MOT Certificates, original Porsche workshop manuals in English, colour wiring diagram for car A0 size (easier to read!) and a number books dealing with 911 restoration
  • N.B. A recently developed engine noise merits investigation. The reserve has been reduced accordingly to accommodate rectification
Year of manufacture:
1971
Make:
Porsche
Chassis number:
9111301288
# of cylinders:
6
Transmission:
Manual
Engine capacity:
2.2
Body colour:
Black
MOT Expiry:
Friday 30 July 2021
LHD/RHD:
Right-hand Drive
Registration number:
EKO 160K
Model:
911S 2.2
Interior colour:
Black
Odometer Reading:
90853
miles

CCA Vendor Condition Report

Overall:

125 / 135

Exterior

Bodywork:

Glass:

Paint:

Chrome:

Trim:

Remarks

All replaced items are genuine Porsche or original manufacture parts, wherever possible. The bodywork, both front & rear wings, both outer & middle sills have been replaced with genuine Porsche (now galvanised) items. The body was then carefully inspected for any other lurking issues, apart from cleaning, very little repair work was required. Following the careful installation of these items all are treated with Waxoyl, primed, Schutz covered, and top coated. All glass, interior and fittings removed. Then all other panels stripped & etched primed, the disassembled body then primed, top coated & lacquered before very careful re-assembly.

Interior

Door-cards:

Carpets:

Seating:

Headlining:

Dashboard:

Boot:

Remarks

On reassembly of the main body a new headlining was fitted, all new seals and gaskets, original glass refurbished, however, the top tint windscreen was replaced due to de-lamination occurring. New carpets inside and front compartment, original seats, all instrumentation and dash top refurbished prior to installation. New retractable seat belts for front seats.

Engine

Components:

Starting:

Appearance:

Running:

Remarks

Whilst the engine was out it was cleaned, checked, any fixable oil leaks, without total strip down were cured, new belts installed, a new clutch was installed prior to assembly and re-installation.

Transmission

Gears:

Drive-shaft:

Clutch:

Remarks

The gearbox was stripped and refurbished by Wilson Engineering due to jumping out of 5th gear. New gears, synchromesh cones, and operating levers installed along with all new gaskets etc.

Running gear

Axles:

Chassis:

Suspension:

Bearings:

Brakes:

Wheels and tyres:

Remarks

Front suspension was stripped and refurbished with new strut inserts and genuine Porsche bushes. Rear suspension limited to new shock absorbers. Braking system removed, new master cylinder, lines, all pressure hoses, pads and shoes, refurbished callipers front & rear. Fuel system, tank removed & flushed, no corrosion around the tank, new seals fitted. New fuel pump and all rubber hoses replaced. Heating system new heater valves and operating cables, refurbished heater box in the front compartment. All five tyres have been on the car since the mid-1990s.

Electrics

Minor:

Major:

Remarks

The electrical system was refurbished, all items working correctly, plus the installation of aftermarket alarm system and radio, there is also wiring for a rear fog light – not installed. There is an after-market Bluetooth radio fitted, the power fuse (Box1 F4) is removed to remove the load on batteries during storage. There is a Toad/Cobra alarm system fitted, again power connections are removed to stop battery discharge during storage. The alarm installation instructions, key fobs and radio front facia and instructions are in the glove box for the next owner.

Vehicle History

Remarks

When I purchased the car from a friend back in 1986, we were lucky enough the be able to travel around Europe and the UK for several years, with only service requirements and general cleaning to keep this very enjoyable car on the road. Unfortunately, come 1992 the dreaded tin worm had started munching at the jacking points and sills that contained the oil pipes to the front cooler. This pointed out by my friendly MOT man required me to decide to try and sell the car or repair, I made the decision to take the car off the road and dry store it as a retirement project or to repair as funds became available. The mileage at this time was 90,409, I had covered approximately 10,400 miles in these first few years of fantastic driving. I have included a history file of some of the work that has been carried out along with Certificate of Authenticity some but not all bills, some recent valuations and all the MOT certificates I have had with the car. The following literature collected during my time as the owner is also included: -Original Porsche Workshop manuals, in English, for this series of car, four folders. Haynes Worksop manual for the series. The Porsche 911 by Chris Harvey.The Porsche 911 Purchase & Restoration by Porter & Morgan. The Porsche 911 Restoration guide by B Johnson. The Porsche 911 Engine Rebuild by W Dempsey. The Porsche 911 101 Projects by W Dempsey. The Porsche 911 Mechanical Fuel Injection Repair & Calibration by M Burgess. The Porsche 911 Stoddard Parts & Reference guide. Porsche The Portrait of a Legend Ingo Seiff. Colour Wiring Diagram for car A0 size (Easier to read!)

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